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Stumptown swag: Objects of desire

MoCCA on the East Coast, Stumptown on the West Coast—the past two weeks have been busy ones for comics creators and fans alike. I made it to MoCCA, but the grass is always greener on the other side of the country, and it looks like there was a lot to see—and buy—at Stumptown. Here’s a sample of the offerings, starting with Dylan Meconis’s slew of tiny watercolor paintings, above.

Vera Brosgol had her newest minicomic, What, Were You Raised by Wolves?

Larry Marder offered a peek at the next Beanworld graphic novel.

Michael White had handmade stuffed versions of Chester, the pig in Amity Blamity.

Top Shelf had advance copies of Colleen Coover and Paul Tobin’s Gingerbread Girl, and Coover and Tobin were there as well!

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Wish I’d known you were there, Brigid, I’d have said “hello.” Usually have a table, but not this year.

Brigid Alverson

April 19, 2011 at 3:58 am

Actually, I wasn’t—I’m on the East Coast so I went to MoCCA last week. This was just window-shopping from afar!

Stupid lack of reading comprehension.

Hopefully MoCCA and Stumptown won’t step on each other’s toes next year.

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